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Welcome to the March edition of Tatler Indonesia. I’m guessing you won’t have missed the re-think of the magazine from cover to content that we’re serving you this month. This is part of an Asia-wide redesign of all the regional Tatler titles and brings the magazine bang up to date with a thoroughly modern look—one that we feel aptly reflects its brand DNA and our readers’ sophisticated tastes. Rather than me telling you exactly what we’ve changed (which would take a very long time and involve complex technical and typological terms that would only bore you) I’ll let you savour each new style and section. Don’t worry, we’re still “us”, and you can expect the same wit and wisdom in every issue. Meanwhile, to really underscore our commitment to bringing you only the very best, the magazine runs to more than 250 pages. It’s a very special issue for sure and definitely a keeper. This month, our big, fab feature “The New Asia” showcases those notable personalities whom we feel embody our three most-important Tatler mainstays of power, style and influence. With three separate cover stars drawn from it—namely Arnold Putra, Kezia Toemion and Rayi Putra Rahardjo alongside Nindy Ayunda—this extended photo-driven essay packs out an impressive 130 pages. The feature focuses on many special friends from all the regional issues of the magazine, as well as some from beyond Asia’s shores, and delves into the heart of what makes us all so special. We still tackle weighty matters, of course. In this issue, for example, we have a chat with Kartika Soekarno, the founder of the Kartika Soekarno Foundation, who has found her calling by returning to her roots. Having spend much of her life overseas, she was moved by the plight of kids who suffered after the 1998 economic collapse. As a result, she founded the organisation to give those kids a head start in life. Read her story in “Live and Learn”. There’s so much more and so little space here so do dive right in.

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